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Real Estate photography here in Southern Utah can range from the tiny apartment with no views to the amazing views found in every lot in Entrada.  I am always excited to shoot a home in Entrada as they are a welcomed challenge.  These immaculate homes are nothing short of attention to detail leaving my job important to capture all of it in the best light possible.  This particular homes “money shot” as we professional photographers call it was in the dining area.  I left this shot for the end so I could focus on it and get the best shots.   This is not to say thought that the rest of the home was sub par.

Walking into this beautiful home the entryway was beautiful and spacious. Something I wanted to capture with out making the door appear tiny. When Photographing entry ways you have to be careful what angle and distance you choose as you can very easily make the door appear to large or tiny. I was able to grasp the greatness of this entry way with out compromising the door to much.  Shooting the rest of the home was pretty easy. Architectural photography on homes that are decorated beautifully is generally quite easy. This particular home didn’t have dark paint so it was super easy to light it up.

I knew that in order to nail the “money shot” for the dining area I needed to capture the outside views with out compromising the inside lighting.  Knowing what settings on my camera to use and time and time again experience was what helped me nail the shot!




Teressa Sorensen

I grew up here in Southern Utah and recently moved back after spending 7 years in Vermont. I got into photography after being a stay at home mom for 10 years. I had no Idea I would have such a passion for it, but now I just can’t get enough! I love the summer weather, cliff jumping, anything crafty, spending time with my 4 kids and making the most out of every moment. My dad always told me the best way to make money in life is to find something you love doing that others will pay you for. I absolutely love the challenge of shooting the homes here in St George. Every home and client is different making every shoot an adventure and artistic challenge.